[A2k] Why the EU Commission's True Intent is to Kill Net Neutrality

La Quadrature du Net jz at laquadrature.net
Fri Jul 19 03:41:35 PDT 2013


Themes: NET NEUTRALITY, NEELIE KROES, EUROPEAN COMMISSION, ANALYSE

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Why the EU Commission's True Intent is to Kill Net Neutrality



*** Paris, 19 July 2013 — Since last week, after citizen groups started criticizing the EU Commission over its leaked draft regulation threatening to kill Net neutrality, Commissioner Neelie Kroes and her staff have tried to defend their proposal on Twitter, arguing that these criticisms were “misleading European citizens”. Here is a summary of what was said, not said, and how it reveals that these criticisms are absolutely right:
https://www.laquadrature.net/en/why-the-eu-commissions-true-intent-is-to-kill-net-neutrality ***






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